Brunch is in. Especially with two small children, it is much easier time to get together with friends than dinner. So, when in need of a brunch item, here is a trusty quiche. I have done a post on quiche before if you want the ins and out, the dos and don’ts check it out. … More Vegetarian Crustless Quiche
We eat a good amount of kale; I know, so trendy. However, I actually love the stuff. Eating all that kale, and being me, I have had a hard time throwing away all the stems. If you compost maybe it doesn’t hurt so bad, but I live someplace where that isn’t a possibility right now, … More Vegan Kale Stem and Sun-dried Tomato Pesto
I first made these tacos while we were staying with some friends. We don’t get to see them often and I honestly didn’t know what they liked to eat, but wanted to surprise them with dinner after work. I saw several bottles of honey mustard in their refrigerator and decided to make something that would … More BBQ Tofu Tacos with Honey Mustard Slaw – Vegan and Gluten Free
It is really feeling like spring might stick around here on the East Coast. I’m pretty happy about it. My littles are loving the park and I am loving the sunshine! For Earth Day we are focusing on treating the Earth with respect. Also an everyday lesson, especially with a two year old! Wolfie is … More Happy Earth Day! Peanut Noodle Salad for Spring
Using what you have on hand can be a struggle, especially with it is just a little of this and a little of that from previous recipes. One trick I love is to let go of preconceived notions of making something specific, and just make something that tastes good. I have a version of this … More What To Do With Leftover Rice and Beans – Rice, Beans, and Greens
Happy Pi Day! I hope you get to celebrate with a delightful pie or two. I have a few to recommend in case you’re looking for inspiration. Lets start with how to make pie crust Then we can move on to the good stuff: Vegan Blueberry pie Vegan Apple Pie Vegan Pot Pie Vegan French … More Pi Day 2017!
As part of my New Year’s resolution to cook more new things I have gone back to my cookbooks. The Veganomicon is still one of my favorites, especially for inspiration. I love to page through it and soak up ideas to be turned into food at a later date. However, sometimes you just need to … More Vegan Pineapple-Cashew-Quinoa Stir-Fry